With your kitchen's pots and pans inhabited by the evil spirits of dead pots and pans, cooking at home has become both time-consuming and spooky. Get quality cuisine without interference from crazed kitchenware with today's Groupon to your choice of two restaurants managed by Diem Industries in the Cabbage Town neighborhood:
For $10, you get $20 worth of hearty, rustic cuisine and drinks at Carroll St. Café
For $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and Italian fare at Village Pizza
Situated behind a charmingly rusty edifice, Carroll St. Café provides hearty rustic fare in a comfortable environment. Settle down at a glossy tabletop and peruse the extensive menu options for breakfasty brunch, tasty sandwiches, tapas, entrees, and more. Get your morning off to a fresh Flemish start with a Belgian waffle ($11) topped with fruit and served with scrambled eggs and your choice of bacon or sausage (pork, chicken, or soy), or hurtle yourself ahead to a plate of blackened shrimp and grits ($10). Herbivores might enjoy the veggie wrap ($7), a flour tortilla stuffed with guacamole, pico de gallo, roasted red peppers, and mixed greens, and hunger-havers at the other end of the meat spectrum can delve into the filet mignon ($24), 8 ounces of grilled meat in a house demi-glaze, paired with veggies and a potato of the day.
Village Pizza provides Neapolitan-style pizza and Italian fare in a low-key setting. All pizzas are tossed by human hands using freshly made dough; order it up by the slice ($3.75-$4.50) or in 12" or 16" varietals ($14-$21.50). The white pizza ($14, $18) goes monochrome with a four-cheese blend of ricotta, mozzarella, provolone, and parmesan with garlic, basil, and Italian spices, while a vibrant meat spectrum greets eye and tongue with the meat lovers ($16, $21.50) pizza, crowned with pepperoni, Italian sausage, ground beef, ham, bacon, and extra cheese. The kitchen also churns out the Village vegan deluxe ($16, $21.50), made with all soy meats and soy cheese. Branch out to the third dimension with panini sandwiches, pastas, and more, or make the whole affair potable with a draught from the beer and wine list.
Carroll St Café is Gayot rated with a 12/20, and it received an average of four stars from Citysearchers, a 4.5 average from Yahoo! Locals, and a 3.5-star average from Yelpers. Eighty-five percent of more than 200 Urbanspooners recommend it: